Tyler, The Creator directs new Trash Talk video – watch

The Odd Future man is behind the black and white promo for 'F.E.B.N.'

Odd Future's Tyler, The Creator has directed the video for Trash Talk's new single, 'F.E.B.N.'

Click above to watch the short black and white promo, which Tyler has directed for the hardcore band - under the name Wolf Haley - who in the US, are signed to Odd Future's own record label.

The video finishes up by trailing Trash Talk's forthcoming new album, '119', which is set for release this autumn.

Odd Future were joined onstage by Trash Talk during their set at Reading Festival last Saturday (August 25).

The punks came out at the tail-end of the rappers' 50-minute set to perform 'Radicals' and blasted through the track with its shout-a-long chorus "Kill people. Burn shit. Fuck school."

The collaboration followed a show by the rap collective which almost turned nasty when Left Brain and Tyler, The Creator tangled with security and had to be physically wrestled away from the crowd. Both Left Brain and Tyler then proceeded to mock the security team by miming sex positions in front and behind each of them.


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